Sanju Poster: After a lot of speculations and waiting, the D-day is finally here! Today, we will finally get to see Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju teaser. Ever since the film was in the making, it left us all curious to see the film.
This Rajkumar Hirani directorial is the one of the most awaited films of 2018. Also after calling by several names, this Sanjay Dutt biopic has finally got a name, Sanju.
This poster has started to break the internet in which we can see various avatars of Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt.
Today, an amazing interview of the PK director has been put out by DNA where he has spoken about almost everything about the film. But what caught our attention is Hirani’s picture which is used in the interview. We can see that Rajkumar Hirani is sitting and behind there’s Ranbir Kapoor’s picture as Sanjay Dutt. By looking at the picture, we assume that it is the first look of Sanju. Well, the poster in itself has raised the curiosity bar amongst us! Now, we really can’t wait to see the 83 seconds teaser!
Talking about Ranbir, Rajkumar told DNA that he is a fantastic actor, hence he chose him. He said, “Hmmm. Why Ranbir? The first reason for choosing him is that he’s a fantastic actor. And the second reason is that he is at the perfect age. I needed an actor who could be 21 (years old) because that is where the film begins. That was the age when Sanju was shooting for Rocky and his drug phase started. And then we have Sanju when he came out of prison (around 56 years). So, we needed someone who could fit that transformation.”
Further speaking about Ranbir’s casting, he said, “I had a basic draft of this biopic when I sent Ranbir a message, ‘I’ve a script, let’s meet up when you’re free.’ Ranbir is usually aware of everything that is happening in the industry. He is very sharp. I’m guessing he already knew that I was planning a biopic on Sanjay. When I sent him the message, Ranbir promptly replied, ‘I hope it’s not the Sanjay Dutt biopic.’ And I thought, ‘Oh God, maybe he has heard and he may not want to do it.’ I told him it’s the same script, but let’s meet. When I met him, I realised he knew a lot about Sanju. He had spent time with him and knew him well. He used to work out at his gym and had probably heard the stories. But when he saw the angle of the story, he was like, ‘It’s interesting, let’s do it.’”
Well, that’s an interesting story! Isn’t it?